The project aims at contributing to the design and operation of seamless, smart, clean and safe intermodal public transport systems, addressing, at the same time, how these interchanges should be designed in order to ensure that “vulnerable” target groups, i.e. the elderly, youth, physically and mentally handicapped people can adequately benefit from these interchanges.
European Digital Traffic Infrastructure Network for Intelligent Transport Systems is an European Union co-funded project under the umbrella of the Central Europe (CE) Programme which aims at enabling cross-border multimodal travel information based on harmonized traffic data and information gathered on transnational level.
INTER-Regio-Rail aims to improve Regional Rail Transport in Central Europe. On the one hand it is demonstrating, using studies and pilot projects as examples, how Regional Rail Transport (RRT) can gain and keep new customers if it is better organised, with better infrastructure and tailored services.
The project brings together five clusters from different European regions: Canary Islands (ES), Bremen (DE), Marmara (TR), Calabria (IT) and Ruse (BG) with the aim to enhance intermodality in their regional transport systems, foster the economic developments of the regions and improve clusters’ capacities and performance.
RAILHUC (Railway Hub Cities and TEN-T Network)
To reach the general aim of enhancing rail transport in the Central Europe area, RAILHUC endeavours to improve the feeding functions on rail of major hub cities and their respective regions and to support functional integration and multimodal cooperation among transport hubs.
SETA (South East Transport Axis)
SETA corridor is the interconnection of the TEN-T Corridors IV, VI, VII and V, X and not only an important supplement to the TEN-T core network, providing the involved regions with improved international accessibility of production sites (better access to the European core network) as an important contribution on regional – economic development.
SoNorA (South-North Axis – Improving transport infrastructure and services across Central Europe)
The project aims to developing accessibility in South North direction, between the Adriatic and Baltic seas, in terms of:
1. Making the SoNorA network real, through support for the completion of transport infrastructure;
2. Activating and improving multimodal freight logistics services;
3. Developing transnational action plans for future realisations;
4. Supporting new regional development opportunities, due to transport network improvements.